2012: New 3D Mayan/Aztec Xochitl Mascot – Our Best Design

Our 3D Mayan/Aztec Xochitl Mascot in 3D is finally here. The design is more fun than ever and it has been made, as in our previous 2D version, to celebrate the year 2012.

Why we needed a 2012 mascot? Well, Lord Pakal Ahau felt that in our ancient Mesoamerican cultures, there was not a symbol that merged our Maya and Aztec cultures to celebrate 2012. And he was right. The previous design has been the best-selling t-shirt for adults and kids in our Maya collection.

The original 2012 mascot design was selected from the first day of the New Maya/Aztec calendar that corresponds to the Flower day, and in the Aztec (Mexica) language is Xochitl (pronounced phonetically “sho-cheel”, the letter t is mute).

Our new high-resolution print can be ordered here in this section in several background colors. We even included a cooking apron and a tote bag for shopping and travel. So, impress people, family and friends.

If you still prefer the previous 2D version of our great 2012 Mayan/Aztec mascot, click here to visit that section. Thanks for celebrating with us 2012.

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